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On January 17-18, 2019, the CRASSH project “Religious Diversity and the Secular University” ( will be hosting an international workshop devoted to historiography. Thanks to the generosity of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, we are bringing world-class scholars to Cambridge for two days of conversation about issues, problems and methods of writing history about, and within, Christian, Jewish and Islamic contexts and traditions.

We will be hosting Lorraine Daston (Max Planck Institute Berlin/University of Chicago), David Myers (UCLA), Shahzad Bashir (Brown), Christian Sahner (Oxford), David Nirenberg (University of Chicago), and Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins (Yale), with responses by Arthur Asseraf (Cambridge), Faridah Zaman (Oxford), Andrea Schatz (KCL), Andrew McKenzie-McHarg (Cornell), Robert Priest (Royal Holloway) and Carlotta Santini (CRASSH).

Six papers will be pre-circulated to participants, who are asked to commit to attending both days, from 11.00 on Thursday to 15.30 on Friday.

A programme of the workshop can be found here:

For further particulars or questions, please write to Theodor Dunkelgrün (

To register, please write to the project administrator, Judith Weik (

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